Plant species

A · B · C · D · E · F · G · H · I · J · K · L · M · N · O · P · Q · R · S · T · U · V · W · X · Y · Z

patent number

Listing 11 - 20 from 66 for patent number

Spicy Roast Beef & Brie Panini Recipe
... good enough for dinner, and you can scale it up or down, depending on the number of guests. INGREDIENTS: 1/4 cup (about) butter, at room temperature 2 teaspoons garlic powder ... | Work at About | SiteMap | Reprints | Help Our Story | Be a Guide User Agreement | Ethics Policy | Patent Info. | Privacy Policy ©2006 About, Inc., A part of The New York Times Company. All ...
homecooking.about.com

Illustrated Botanical Terms (John Lindley 1848)
... Terms (John Lindley 1848) Plant Part or State -- please refer to subt. number acetabuliform -- 80 aciculate -- 13 acuminate -- 12 acute -- 11 adnate -- 10 alternate -- 20 alternate -- 2 amphitropal ... spinose -- 2 spiral -- 14 spiral -- 30 spiral -- 18 split -- 6 spotted -- 3 spreading or patent -- 42 squarrose -- 21 squarrose-laciniate -- 4 stellate -- 3 striate -- 10 striped -- 12 subulate -- 13 ...
hua.huh.harvard.edu

Athyriaceae [First Draft]
... alternate only in the upper, broadly lanceolate to lanceolate, pinnatisect to 2-pinnate, patent or ascendant, slightly upwards curved at top, acuminate at apex, symmetrical, truncate or ... veinlet; indusia same with sori in shape; veins free, occasionally reticular; basal chromosome number X=40. 10 genera included:GYMNOCARPIUM Newman, KUNIWATRSUKIA Pic.-Serm., ANIDOCAMPIUM Presl, PSEUDOCYSTOPTERIS ...
hua.huh.harvard.edu
More from this site

Silent Sentinel
... " Carter. As an agent for the royal proprietor of the region, Carter was able to patent (legal ownership given by the Government) extensive land holdings that would eventually include over 300 ... for this year are less than the previous year, due it was thought to diminished number of agricultural products being carried to market." This decline, combined with his advancing years, compelled ...
nps-vip.net

Quick 'n Easy Stain Removal
... merchandise, or paint stores. Many commercially available products have proprietary formulas that are protected by patent rights and not available to the public. Ingredients listed on labels for safety purposes can ... can bleach many colors to look rusty), felt marker, crayon, aged baby formula, or a number of other things. If a heavy waxy or gummy residue is present, you may be ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Headline News at Oregon State University
... of 22 – and disclosed a record high of 48 inventions. University faculty filed 24 new patent applications and saw five new patents issued, while filing for protection for four plant ... Research projects throughout the university resulted in four dozen new invention disclosures, and an increasing number of inventions were licensed by businesses, resulting in record-revenue for OSU. Hewlett Packard, ...
oregonstate.edu

DOCUSHARE®
... or server wherein the Licensed Software will provide for a predetermined number of Client Access Licenses (CAL). The predetermined number of CALs correspond to the license you paid for and/ ... of the Licensed Software and accompanying documentation must include and retain all confidential, proprietary, patent, copyright and/or trademark notices contained on the original. C.Title to the Licensed ...
pods.dasnr.okstate.edu

WAYNE'S WORD
... Actually Began On January 1, 2001] Click Counter Box To See Number Of Hits For This Site: See A Neat Little Monthly Calendar ... Wayne's Word and hippo logo are registered with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. We have received hundreds of requests from various organizations, ... An E-Mail Message To Wayne's Word: Due To The Overwhelming Number Of Messages & Spam Sent To Wayne's Word, and With A ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

WAYNE'S WORD STAFF
... or archival original 35 mm color transparencies. ® Trademark & Hippo Design Registered With U.S. Patent & Trademark Office © Photographic Images Copyright by W.P. Armstrong © 2002-2006 The WAYNE'S ... more informative with detailed information, references and images. The first quarterly article (Volume 3 Number 3) appeared in fall of 1994. Another monthly newsletter called Noteworthy Plants appeared in ...
waynesword.palomar.edu
More from this site

December 2005 - Rose of the Month
... was the first to name and acquire a patent for mini-floras. He relinquished this patent to the ARS in 1998.) Researching some past materials, ... this rose has increasingly become more evident/more popular, and the number of its fellow mini-flora cultivars continues to grow. I really ... centers and concentric petal arrangement. It has about the same number of petals—15-25—and they both have the same great ...
www.ars.org




These listings are filtered
View all for patent number